Beat that acne and be confident!
Dealing with acne-prone skin is like riding a roller coaster. Sometimes your skin is at its best, sometimes it gets angry and bursts everything from the inside. And the hardest part is when you spend hundreds to thousands on skincare products, but your skin still look the same.
What is acne exactly? Why is it so hard to diminish?
Acne is a skin condition. It is normal to have acne. Remember, even if you are on acne treatment, it may not remove all acne permanently; but, it does help control and reduce the appearances of acne. If you are dealing with a severe type of acne, please do seek professional help.
So, let's treat acne-prone skin as a journey. Just like a weight loss journey, something that is a lifetime commitment. Most importantly, you should enjoy the journey!
Now, if you want to make beautiful skin a journey, first, you need to be confident with yourself!
I know, to be confident with your acne prone skin is not easy. But you can try these tips that might help.
1. Stop caring what other people think
The number one formula to be happy is to stop paying attention to what other people say about you. No matter what you do, people will always comment. At the end of the day, it’s your skin, not theirs.
Action: Do NOT let anyone’s opinion of you influence how you feel about yourself. Surround yourself with loving, caring people who want the best for you.
2. Wear something that makes you feel good
Studies show that wearing something that makes you feel good about yourself can increase your confidence level. It is vital to be yourself and wear something that represents you.
Action: Avoid blindly following the trend and going with something that makes you feel uncomfortable. Once you feel good about yourself, nothing can stop you even when you have acne skin.
3. Focus on self-love
You need to love yourself. Once you have self-love, you achieve self-acceptance (where you are ready to accept all flaws that you have). There are many ways to shower yourself with love: Pamper your skin with facial masks, hair treatment, paint your nails, treat yourself with good food or, even a good rest.
Action: Try self pampering for at least 2-3 times a month, and, you will see yourself glow differently!
4. Surround yourself with positive people
Positive energy helps a lot with your confidence level. Being around judgemental people with a negative vibe will make you feel down. Instead, positive people will always encourage you, support you, and accept you for who you are.
Cut down the unwanted negativity and, you will notice the big difference in your life.
5. Spend less time on social media
Social media can be a good place and can be toxic as well. Seeing the staged up pretty girls with flawless skin can make you feel insecure. If it bothers you to the point that it affects your self-esteem, take a break from social media for little a while.
Don't forget, not everything you see on social media is true.
6. Embrace the flaw
People deal with insecurities differently. If you are only confident by wearing makeup, go for it! Believe it or not, not everyone cares about your acne skin. Most people are too focused on their own matters to even notice your acne issues.
Developing a skincare routine that works to help minimize the appearance of acne and maintain a healthy skin comes hand in hand with rebuilding self-love and self confidence in your journey to tackle acne-prone skin.
Looking for a skincare routine that suits acne-prone skin? NIHON skincare is the answer!
Why is NIHON skin good for acne? Because NIHON has a Basic Acne Set that focuses to reduce the appearance of acne, acne scar, dull skin, and even acts as anti-aging. It contains beneficial ingredients like Retinol, Kojic acid, Niacinamide, Vitamin C, Arbutin, and Pearl Powder. Believe it or not, all of these active ingredients are just in one set to give you flawless skin without damaging the skin. Yes, it is safe to use. NIHON skin is formulated from Japan and is recommended by dermatologists.
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